Boston, March 23 1811.
We have taken the liberty to enclose to you a Quebec paper. Whatever may have been the Motive of the writer, against whose paragrah we have put a mark, its perusal cannot excite other than a pleasant emotion. It may serve to bing to your recollection, Sir, circumstances in your life, that cannot be thought of with but pleasure, because however distorted by your enemies, they still tell to your honor & advantage.
We are Sir / your ob’dnt Servants
Munroe & French
[. . .] We shall renew the publication of the Correspondence, as soon as we have got through with our press of Electioneering matter.
MHi: Adams Papers.